Wind to Light - Jason Bruges Studio

Wind to Light: Jason Bruges Studio

onedotzero, internationally acclaimed hub for innovative moving image, are pleased to present "Wind to Light" by Jason Bruges Studio, a onedotzero and RIBA London commission in conjunction with Southbank Centre Lightlab for Architecture Week 2007.

This experimental site-specific installation illustrates alternative, sustainable ways of harnessing energy that will explore the power of the wind in the city, visualising it as an ephemeral cloud of light.

The installation has been custom built, using scaled down wind turbines to generate power, which illuminate hundreds of mounted LEDS, creating firefly-like fields of light, with wind visually interpreted as electronic patterns across the installation.

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Jason Bruges says: "Wind to Light' is an experimental piece, an investigation into the viability of wind power. I hope it will prove thought-provoking as well as being an art piece that can be enjoyed by people of all ages".

Special Associated Event
Jason Bruges presentation + guest speakers from DIY Kyoto and xCO2
21 June: 19:00hrs: RIBA London, 66 Portland Place, London, W1B 1AD
To book tickets email: Kate.Waymouth @

Jason Bruges Studio
Jason Bruges Studio: founded in 2001, the studio comprises an experienced team of architects, lighting designers, interaction designers, industrial designers and project managers, developing and delivering interactive projects worldwide. The studio creates surfaces, spaces and large-scale interventions that exist between the worlds of architecture, installation art and interaction design. Recent works include installations for onedotzero_transvision at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain, Puerta America Hotel, Madrid, and interactive way-finding installations along the A13 motorway, London. The studio's latest work was an interaction design for onedotzero industries and Willie Williams on George Michael's latest 25live tour.

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